Henry V (1989)
Repeatedly "quotes" Olivier's film (e.g., the Chorus on the soundstage, several shots in the Battle of Agincourt)
Contains the Falstaff rejection scene, as well as some others from the "Henry IV" plays.
At teaser, Data play the character of Henry V, and say he's inspired in Kenneth Brannagh's performance (episode released two months after the film)
Poster of this movie is shown.
invading soldiers Pistol, Nym and Bardolph behave in the same way as their Shakespearean counterparts
under Kenneth Branagh's name in graphic
Mentioned in dialogue
A narrator walks repeatedly walks through the scenes and delivers introductions or comments on the scenes. In his first appearance he walks over a theater stage and compares the story to a play.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
one of the middle-age battle clips
The film debut of Kenneth Branagh, and the film is reviewed.
Some scenes are shown
mentioned among comical Shakespeare adaptations.
A still of Kenneth Branagh as Henry V is shown during Graham's opening monologue
Number 35 in the Countdown
Shoveler's "egg salad" inspirational speech uses line's from the Battle of Agincourt rally